jpe12193-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docxWord document26KAppendix S1. Reports used to compile the survey data base.
jpe12193-sup-0002-FigS1.docxWord document263KFig. S1. Map showing the locations of the study sites.
jpe12193-sup-0003-FigS2.docxWord document44KFig. S2. Waterbirds with unfavourable conservation status in different site types.
jpe12193-sup-0004-FigS3.docxWord document44KFig. S3. Relationship between abundance and trends for different species groups.
jpe12193-sup-0005-TableS1.docxWord document51KTable S1. Identity and characteristics of bird species used in the analysis.
jpe12193-sup-0006-TableS2.docxWord document38KTable S2. Observation characteristics of species used in species-level analyses.
jpe12193-sup-0007-TableS3.docxWord document40KTable S3. Species-level results of analyses examining responses to conservation designation.
jpe12193-sup-0008-TableS4.docxWord document35KTable S4. Species-level relationships between abundance and trends.
jpe12193-sup-0009-TableS5.docxWord document27KTable S5. Statistics for differences in habitat cover between sites with different designations.
jpe12193-sup-0010-TableS6.docxWord document37KTable S6. Best habitat models explaining waterbird abundance.

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